Never Let Me Go, a low budget British film reviewed here is a quiet, unthreatening sort of movie on the surface but the underlying horror of the dystopian vision depicted in the story of three pupils at a rather old fashioned English boarding school is all the more scary for the stillness and and genteel good manners.
When the ultimate fate of the trio and their fellow pupils is revealed it is all the more shocking for the knowledge that they young people are so calm and so unquestioning even though they are aware of what lies ahead.
And still more shocking when one recalls that scientists and doctors are very close to making this vision real.
Never Let Me Go
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